This document serves as the official Practicum Proposal (Practicum #1) for my Unschooled Master of Theology in Biblical Studies (uThM) program. This practicum will consist of no less than 100 hours of documented interaction with the avocation of online academic instruction, ultimately leading to the development of a comprehensive online Christian Philosophical Curriculum.
These documents will be updated periodically as progress is made.
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PRACTICUM
Unschooled Master of Theology in Biblical Studies (uThM)
November 19th 2020
The purpose of this practicum is to gain hands on experience developing and launching a comprehensive online Christian curriculum that serves the church in offering a Theology of Persecution specifically for the Western Church while also providing a deeper exploration of Christian Philosophical Studies.
PRACTICUM END-RESULT INFORMATION:
Develop a complete and comprehensive self-paced Christian Philosophical curriculum with full courses, syllabi, study plans, workbooks, certificate levels, landing website, and marketing strategy.
Complete several pre, mid, and post Practicum Evaluative Reflection documents.
Complete a Final Practicum Report illustrating the effectiveness of the project results and how it relates to the overall uThM program.
Produce a final Practicum Portfolio outlining the entire process undertaken as well as establishing relevant artifacts as evidence for the achievement of project goals.
PRACTICUM OUTLINE & SUBMISSIONS:
Conduct required research.
Develop and Submit formal drafts of overall Institute study plans, Certificate requirements, and individual course syllabi.
Submit final workbook document as artifact (free course).
Submit formal draft of Institute website before official launch.
Submit document outlining student process through programs.
Submit document outlining strategy and justification for Institute operations, pay structure, and future plans (MAP).
HOW PRACTICUM RELATES TO uThM PROGRAM:
The uThM program in question is designed specifically and uniquely to answer fundamental questions about coming Western Church Persecution through Biblical, Anthropological, Eschatological, Apocalyptic World Views, Metaphysical, Ontological, Epistemological, and Cosmological knowledge and information.
This practicum approaches these questions directly and translates them into realistic and actionable methods of study by which the Universal Church might benefit. It is not only applicative, but also relevant and effectual in addressing the (urgent) threat the Western Church faces in its impending future persecution.
This practicum likewise synthesizes all academic elements of the uThM program into a cohesive and comprehensive whole.
WHAT ARE YOUR PERSONAL GOALS OF PRACTICUM:
I would like to develop a successful online institution that cuts through the bureaucracy and artificiality of modern academic study.
Success is measured by 1. Producing a compre- hensive program of study. 2. Creating for myself a mentorship avocation/vocation by which I can fulfill the call I am convinced God has placed on my life. 3. Reach the Western Church with a thoroughly developed and highly effective Theology of Persecution with a commiserate background in Christian Philosophical Studies that will adequately equip them for future persecution.